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the usual food and drink consumed by an organism (person or animal)

the act of restricting your food intake (or your intake of particular foods)

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follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons

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eat sparingly, for health reasons or to lose weight

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About three quarters of the weight reduction diet patients (74%) and less than half of the fasting patients (42%) changed their nutrition after the inpatient therapy "up to this day" that is, up to the time of the interview (see Figure 4).
Of these participants the weight reduction diet patients followed a significantly higher number of inpatient trained nutritional aspects (P = 0.001).
21% of the fasting and 40% of the weight reduction diet patients increased their leisure activity persistently (Figure 6).
16% of the fasting and 28% of the weight reduction diet patients experienced a sustained improvement in quality of life in this regard (Figure 7).
In this study, 10.7% of the fasting and 31.9% of the weight reduction diet patients reached this goal.
Regarding the development of the weight after discharge from hospital only 12% of fasting patients compared with nearly 47% of weight reduction diet patients were able to continue the reduction of body weight after the end of inpatient treatment.
Finally 42% of fasting patients and 74% of weight reduction diet patients changed their diet after discharge from hospital up to the time of the telephone interview according to the rules of nutrition learned during the inpatient therapy (Figure 4).
Both the fasting and the weight reduction diet patients who increased their sports activity permanently showed no greater weight loss than those participants who did not or only for a short period increase their sports activity.